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Dharma Talks
2023-06-04 Equanimity and Right View 59:31
Tere Abdala-Romano
Spirit Rock Meditation Center BIPOC Voices - Series

2023-06-04 Highest Blessings 44:18
Ayya Santussika
The Mangala Sutta (Highest Blessings) as another version of the gradual training as it applies to lay life and also reaches the highest goal: realization of Nibbana.
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center The Buddha’s Gradual Path: Spiritual Progress in Lay Life

2023-06-04 Recollection of the Buddha 1:15:35
Ayya Santacitta
This practice is the first of the Four Protective Meditations, which show us the potential as well as the limitations of a human life. These are reminders of what is true, real and possible.
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community SFI Sunday Nights

2023-06-04 Dharma Talk 43:57
Zohar Lavie
Opening Compassionately to the Human Condition
Gaia House Living With Illness and Loss

2023-06-04 Welfare and Happiness in this Life and in Lives to Come 21:19
Ayya Santussika
A lay man asks the Buddha how lay people can have welfare and happiness in this life and in lives to come. the Buddha answers with four accomplishments for welfare and happiness in this life and four accomplishments ensuring welfare and happiness in future lives.
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center The Buddha’s Gradual Path: Spiritual Progress in Lay Life

2023-06-05 Meditation Instructions 56:40
Zohar Lavie
Opening to the unpleasant.
Gaia House Living With Illness and Loss

2023-06-05 Fire Meditation 40:00
Ayya Santussika
Using the fire element as found internally and externally as a meditation object.
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center The Buddha’s Gradual Path: Spiritual Progress in Lay Life

2023-06-05 Dharma Talk 49:00
Nathan Glyde
Including Appreciating
Gaia House Living With Illness and Loss

2023-06-05 Compassion and the Fragility of Life 1:34:06
Devin Berry
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2023-06-06 Changing those Deep Patterns 26:19
Ayya Santussika
We may think that our anger, anxiety, regret, jealousy, longing, sorrow, etc. are just a part of our character, or our karma, or that they assail us and we have no control over them or the power to abandon them. In this talk, we look at how to challenge this perception and stop feeding our mental and emotional patterns.
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center The Buddha’s Gradual Path: Spiritual Progress in Lay Life

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